Low pressure off the Florida Coast threatens to strengthen. Here’s the latest

TRACKING THE TROPICS: Activity wants to try and become better organized this weekend

NOW, HERE’S YOUR STORM TRACKER RADAR… MODERATE RISK FOR P RI CURRENTS IN EFFECT THROUGH THIS EVENING. .. THIS HAZARDOUS WEAER TH OUTLOOK IS FOR SOUTHEAST GEORGIA. .DAY ONE…TODAY AND TONIGHT. PLEASE LISTEN TO NOAA WEATHER RADIO OR GO TO WEATR.HEGOV ON THE INTERNET FOR ME OR INFORMATION ABOUT THE FOLLOWING HAZARDS. MODERATE RISK FOR RIP CURRENTS. COASTAL FLOODING: MINOR COASTAL FLOODING IS POSSIBLE WITH E TH HIGH TIDE THIS EVENING. A COASTAL FLOOD ADVISO RY COULD BE NEEDED. TOY DA SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR . 88 LIGHT NORTHEAST WIND BECOMING EAST 10 TO 15 MPH IN THE MORNING. TONIT GH MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH A LOW AROUND 72. EAST WIND 6 TO 11 MPH BECOMING LIGHT NORTHEAST TEAFR MIDNIGHT. SUNDAY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 91. EAST WIND 5 TO 11 MPH. SUNDAY NIGHT MOSTLY CLEAR, WITH A L OW AROUND 75. EASWIT ND 5 TO 8 MPH BECOMING CALM IN THE EVENING. MONDAY A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSY TL SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 90. LIGHT SOUTHEAST WIND INCREASING TO 5 TO 9 MPH IN THE MORNING. MONDAY NIGHT A 20 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFTER 2AM. PARTLY CLOU, DY WITH A LOW AROUND 75. TUESDAY A P50ERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, MAINLY AFTER 2PM. MOSTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 91. TUESDAY NIGHT A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. MOSY TL CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 76. WEDNESDAY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS LIKELY, MAINLY AFTER 2. PM PARTLY SUNNY, WITH A HIGH NEAR 90. CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IS 60%. WEDNESDAY NIGHT SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTOS RM LIKELY, MAINLY BEFORE 8PM. MOSTLY CLOUDY, WITH A LOW AROUND 75. CHANCOF E – **CHIMES** HERE’S YOUR SEVEN-DAY FORECAST. ..

Low pressure off the Florida Coast threatens to strengthen. Here’s the latest

TRACKING THE TROPICS: Activity wants to try and become better organized this weekend

Follow Melissa on Facebook here or Twitter hereWe’re watching an area of low pressure about 150 miles off the coast of Florida near Dayton Beach that currently has winds at 30 mph and unorganized activity, but is threatening to strengthen into a Tropical Depression over the next couple of days.While it’s elongated and not very well-defined at the moment, waters are warm and there’s a 60% chance of it becoming a tropical depression in the next two days.While a couple of the models show the system trying to turn towards our direction, most show it meandering near or moving over the Florida Peninsula late this weekend into early next week. If it does become a tropical storm, the next name on the list is Fred.With this activity bringing in some breezy conditions from the east-northeast today, we look to stay dry for the weekend with scattered shower activity staying at bay and slightly below average temperatures.We do see an increased risk for rip currents today, so keep an eye on the waters if you’re heading out to the coast.The forecast doesn’t stay dry, though. Rain chances return quickly as we start the new workweek.Stay safe!-Melissa

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We’re watching an area of low pressure about 150 miles off the coast of Florida near Dayton Beach that currently has winds at 30 mph and unorganized activity, but is threatening to strengthen into a Tropical Depression over the next couple of days.

While it’s elongated and not very well-defined at the moment, waters are warm and there’s a 60% chance of it becoming a tropical depression in the next two days.

While a couple of the models show the system trying to turn towards our direction, most show it meandering near or moving over the Florida Peninsula late this weekend into early next week.

If it does become a tropical storm, the next name on the list is Fred.

With this activity bringing in some breezy conditions from the east-northeast today, we look to stay dry for the weekend with scattered shower activity staying at bay and slightly below average temperatures.

We do see an increased risk for rip currents today, so keep an eye on the waters if you’re heading out to the coast.

The forecast doesn’t stay dry, though. Rain chances return quickly as we start the new workweek.

Stay safe!

-Melissa

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